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Case grows zero mini range


CASE has expanded its range of zero-tailswing excavators with the launch of seven machines, from 2.2 tonnes up to 4.9 tonnes, that rotate within the width of their tracks.

The Japanese-built range from CX20B to CX50B joins the smaller Italian zeros launched at this year's Bauma exhibition.

The new machines have Tier 2-compliant Yanmar engines, ranging from 17 kW to 32 kW, and feature a redesigned threepump hydraulics layout, grouped on the right of the machine.The fuel tank is now on the left hand side.

The dual-speed minis also feature a redesigned dozer blade, which is claimed to roll the earth in front rather than allow it to spill over the top, reducing the number of passes required.